Josh Imatorbhebhe, the 4-star wide receiver from Suwanee Georgia, committed to USC football Monday morning in a video trailer produced by Bleacher Report.
Thanks for the wait I have decided to commit to the University of…… http://t.co/POrVPpPR4g
— Josh Imatorbhebhe (@Ball4Him_24) May 18, 2015
“Success isn’t owned, it’s rented. And the rent is due every single day,” Imatorbhebhe narrates as the video opens. The receiver catches and then sets down footballs with logos from Ohio State, Alabama, Georgia and Florida, before going long for the final pass.
“Everyone says go to the place that is best for you and I know what’s best for me,” he says as he catches the deep ball in the endzone. Then: “Here I come LA. Fight On.”
Imatorbhebhe is the No. 33 receiver in the 2016 class according to the 247Sports composite.
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Standing 6-2, 205 the wide out boasts plenty of size and power for the college game. Though not the quickest player on the field, his work ethic makes up for it.
In 2014, he caught 59 passes for 1072 yards and 15 touchdowns for North Gwinnett.
With the addition of Imatorbhebhe, USC’s 2016 class now sits at eight commitments, including two wide receivers plucked out of SEC country. Velus Jones, a 3-star out of Alabama, committed to the Trojans two weeks ago.
USC also added 4-star quarterback Matt Fink to the class last week.
The video commitment was made famous by Iman Marshall earlier this year on National Signing Day, when the Los Angeles native ultimately chose USC after a long recruitment saga.
Unsurprisingly, the trend does not look like slowing down.